Fabulous Ceratonurus Prepared by EXTINCTIONS

Name: Ceratonurus sp.
Age:  Lower Devonian
Formation:  Haragan Formation
Location:  Coal County, Oklahoma
Size: Trilobite is 1.8 inches long

Specimen SSS927

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This is a top quality example of a RARE spiny trilobite. It is a breathtaking Ceratonurus sp. from Oklahoma. This specimen was prepared under a microscope in the EXTINCTIONS Prep Lab here in Colorado. This type is probably the most sought-after and elusive trilobite from Oklahoma. This delicate fossil is beautifully outstretched on a LARGE, sculpted matrix block. Both ''horns'' and stalked eyes have been prepared free-standing, and the distinct fringes on the free cheeks are easily seen. The body spines are very long and symmetrical, and even the tiny comb-like tail is intact. Ceratonurus is one of the hardest Oklahoma trilobites to find and prepare - the detail on this specimen is just spectacular. This is one of the best Ceratonurus sp. trilobites ever found, period.

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